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Before quitting his 'day job,' Luke was a professional filmmaker, working in the corporate and commercial film industry for 12 years. The youtube channel features high quality weekly videos including tutorials, mod guides, original Nerf blaster mods and other unique content. He lives in Washington state with his wife, two daughters and shop-dog Buko.
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It's a great blaster, but not accurate at all. I thought it would be more accurate since it's a Worker and a more powerful blaster overall compared to stock Nerf.
Make sure when you put the battery in, you don't **** the battery door all the way down, it will cause stress cracks and completely **** up the door.
The recommended battery doesn't leave enough room for a Lipo alarm, so keep an eye on it.
If you don't turn the switch on the front of the blaster all the way, it will shoot slower and more accurately. The farther you turn it, the faster it shoots.
I also got a Worker suppressor for looks, it fist amazingly and looks epic. Two things to remember with this,1 it doesn't actually make the blaster any quieter, it's a toy. 2, don't use a suppressor in public games because it causes the blaster to look a lot like an actual firearm.
That's all I have to say on this Blaster, except that I am planning on getting a 3D printed kit for the blaster on Etsy, the blaster is just a little short in my opinion, and the kit will add a little length to the blaster as well as add some more style.
Would rate it higher if you were not forced to buy the mag release with the catch. This seems to be the case even on Saber's Website, so I doubt OOD has much of a choice in the matter. For what it's worth, the mag release feels good, better than the stock release. As for the catch, it is that high quality you can expect from Saber, and a must have if you bought the metal plunger. Can't imagine the stock plunger and catch holding up long to the higher stress from a Swift 1.8 upgrade spring. I found it somewhat difficult to assemble, and to reassemble the Harrier after installing, but completely doable.
P.S. Be generous with lube on the catch and plunger contact patch. I applied little and now have noticeable indents on the plunger contact patch. You'll also need a plunger pad on the ram rod for a SWIFT 1.8 spring for the catch to engage, which you can get on OOD. Doubt this is an issue for the Harrier's intended springs.
This is turns the Nexus Pro into a proper foam sniper blaster. There are a lot of reviews mentioning the darts pulling hard to the left. I don't know if it's because I only recently purchased a Nexus Pro or because it's the purple camo edition but the pull was well with the adjustment range of my red dot sight. I am hitting under 3" groupings at 30 feet with half length darts. If you want to sit back at a safe distance and pick off the opposition this is a must buy.
Superb Bcar that works as well as any I’ve tried with minimal loss of velocity. This is my 5th Bcar and easily the most efficient. Love it! I just wish gold would come back in stock!
I always thought these looked strange until I tried a friends. But they’re much bigger than I had expected and super comfortable! Just make sure you have a good 3-4” between the front of your mag and back of your priming block. Especially with compact designs or forward angled mags. For example the the mags of my Valkyrie completely preventing it from catching with this grip. But on a full sized setup this thing is money.
This is like turning a kids bike, into a Ducatti. I was a bit skeptical when I was reading similarly optimistic reviews, but seriously, this is worth your money. The Youtube video is also extremely helpful, so watch that a couple times.
After being tagged out by a zombie player in an HvZ match, partly due to the Nexus Pro's underwhelming reload speed, I knew I had to give this a go. I was a little worried at first about the stock breech being hard to remove, but with some patience it did come off. After testing it, I found my FPS to be just a little lower than usual, but I'm betting some grease will fix that nicely. Overall, I recommend this product to anyone who is okay with some modding challenge in exchange for faster reloads!
The Rotofury is an awesome blaster in form and function....except it shoots mega darts. Putting in these barrel converters has made this blaster awesome. Kids and adults we play with both love it. Scrap the mega dart and convert to elite darts. Be warned these are hard to get in. You don't "have" to take the blaster apart to insert these but I did so i didnt break internals cause I had to hammer some of these in. A tool is provided that supposedly helps you remove these once they are in...if properly seeted all the way flush in the barrel how they are supposed to be you are not going to be able to remove them. I would consider this a permanent mod.
I ordered two Caliburn 4 hardware kits and some accessories for it. Order was send faster than predicted (Hardware kits require a litte bit more time according to the article description). Then it got stuck at the German customs, After a week bouncing around, I got in contact with OoD and the promptly replied that they would contact UPS and if anything went wrong, they would ship my order again. Two days later it arrived at my doorstep.
Printing took some time but assembling the caliburn 4 with the help of the video was very easy and good to follow.
At least as far as foam goes... this thing looks and performs amazingly well. I have absolutely zero complaints. I love it.
This spring performed exactly as advertised and was easy to install. What I am the most impressed with though, is that the spring was available for purchase within a week of the blaster releasing! Really happy with the product and would have no qualms shopping again!
First blaster into the hobby side of these and it was awesome stepping up the nerf wars in my house and becoming unstoppable when my family is still stuck with slide action 6-shooters :)
I got the larger LiPo (Tattu R-Line 550) since the smaller one was sold out and the reviews are correct that it's a tight fit. I only found one way to fit it and the alarm in there but it can be done!
Magazines are smooth as butter and accuracy is great for the size of it. Bought 3 extra magazines and had a spring pop out of one, but nothing a spot of glue can't fix.
Overall it's been a solid purchase, if a little impractical since I'm only having wars with my family, but glad I got it!
I purchased this blaster to review for my YouTube channel, but it quickly became a favorite amongst my collection. Pictures do not do this blaster justice! The Unicorn is super compact and packs a punch that is not only surprising but also super quiet. Since my review I have built a brand new load out around this blaster focused on encounter less than 45', mobility, and objective based game types. I Love this thing.
~ Joe (Backyard Foam)
Where the unicorn shines is its build quality and compact size. For superstock/Indoor games it performs and handles well, but if you want more performance you’ll have to do some work for it.
Due to the milled out section of the XYL barrels I highly recommend swapping to a 16mm OD 13mm ID barrel as they have a far better dart fit, and allows the bearings to contact the barrel which makes the prime slightly smoother.
It also significantly reduces the flex of the pump grip when priming.
(I used a Kuryaka barrel cut to 10”)
As a bonus it no longer prefers bamboos, and shoots a standard deviation of 7.
I also drilled an air release hole in the pusher, as well as glued the pusher and rambase together.
Doing that stopped the vacuum loading and helped with consistency, performance, and the airseal.
As for springs, I’m currently using a cut down k26 to achieve 200fps with worker Gen 3+.
It’s a pretty stiff prime but to my knowledge the only other way to get the unicorn to 200fps is with the Blackraisins kit.
I have one large problem with the unicorn and that’s the stock. The bars appear to be aluminum, while the detent they catch on appears to be a harder metal.
This resulted in the stock bars wearing out to the point they stopped locking and collapsed at the slightest pressure. In one day.
I tried filing the notches deeper but it didn’t help so I bought steel rods from a hardware store, but this feels like something that should not be happening to begin with. I am mildly concerned about the detent now, as there is only 1 in the blaster instead of having 1 on each side.
A smaller gripe would be the 2 bearings. There only appears to be 2 bearings in the priming block and there is plenty of room to fit more in several rows which would help with the tough prime.
I’d give it a 3.5* but I like the name so it’s a 4*
One way to measure blaster performance is the size of a 5-shot group.
You can't measure just one group, you take the average size of a lot of groups.
By this measure, the Harrier is impressive.
With the Harrier I get about 2.2 inches average at 30 feet.
The best I've got with my Trion or Nexus Pro is over twice that.
Plus the Harrier feels totally solid, not toy-like at all.
As I said: impressive.